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n'l.-.t ,.,.,. A mill ilia strife 0 UCflcritv in""1"" , . patty euds, it is grealful to meet with one nble and willing 16 draw such n picture ns tho subjoined, without teierence io mui or its designs. U is from the pen .or tho ii!.ii trilnt nf fiiilcm. Massachusetts, nnd' may bo found in his 'collections of the Last Ten Years," published ti .two, U WW I .... ... . fAA ill a tin name of the Patriarch ol INo Bend was mentioned in connexion with the Presidency. ' . , "My duties and my travels occupied me in such a mnnner, us to nllow me few op portunities (or making individual estimates of character. Chanco brought me in con tad, and afterwards into considerable intima cy, with n gentleman, of whom very diflerent portraits have been drawn, Geuerrl Harri son. Of his urbanity, and general hospital Jty and kindness, I entertain the most grate ful recollections. 1 could desire no allen tions, no faeiliiies for discharging my duty, which ho did not proffer me. His house was open for public worship. He kept an open table, to which every visitor was wel comed. Tho table was loaded with abun dance, and with substantial good cheer, especially with different kinds of game. In these respects his house strongly remind ed me of tho pictures which my reading had presented me, of old English hospitality. There is something imposing in tho digni fied simplicity of his manlier. Ill the utter ivant of nil show, and insignia, and trap pings, there is something, which finely com ports with tho sovero plainness of republi canism. On a fine farm, in the woods, his house was open to all tho neighbors, who entered without cerimony, and were admit ted to assume a fooling of entire equality." Tnu Slide of Alpnacu. It is a fict thai there is a lailroad in Europe where the speed of two' hundred and sixteen miles nn hour is ordinarily obtained not indeed for passengers, but for timber It is the cele brated Slide of Alpnnch, in the Alps, con structed for the purpose of conveying trees from the mountains to the Lake of Lucerne. The following is a description of this famous slide : " This railroad, which was completed in the venr 1818, is formed entirely of about 250,000 largo pine trees, deprived of their bark, and united together in a very mgcni ous manner, without the aid of iron, it oc cupied 160 workmen, during 18 months, and cost nearly 100.000 francs, or 4250. It is about three leagues, or forty-four thou sand English feet long. It has a trough of about six feet abroad, and from three to six feet deep. Its botiom is formed of three trees, tho middle ono of which hasu groove cut in the direction of its length, for receiv ing small rills of water, which are conduct ed into it from various places, for the pur pose of diminishing the friction. The whole slide is sustained by about two thousand supports ; and in many places it is attached in a very ingenious manner to the rugged precipices of granite. The direction of the Slide is sometimes straight, sometimes zig zag, with an inclination of from ten to eigh teen degrees. It is often carried along the sides of hills, and flanks of precipitous rocks, und sometimes over their summits. Occa sionally it goes under ground, and at other times it is conducted over the deep gorges by scaffoldings 120 feet in height. The large bines which were one hundred feet in jength, and 10 inches thick at their smallest extremity, ran through the space of three leagues, or nearly nine miles in two minutes and a half 1 There is an account of this wonderful slide in Babbage's Economy of Machinery and Manufactures, quoted from .Brewster's Journal, from which and other documents, in our common-plaro books, we .have made the above abridgment. Death's Doings. "I mn now worth 100. 000, pounds," said old Gregory, as he as cended a hill, which commands a full pros pect ol an estate ho had just purchased; 'I nm no.w worth one hundred thousand pounds, ana here, saiu lie, i n nave a pine ry ; you farm houses shall come down,' said old Gregory, 'they interrupt my views.' Then what will become of the farmers?" usked the steward who attended him. That's their business' answered old Gregorv. 'And that mill must not stand on the stream,' said Gregory. 'Then how will the villa gers grind their corn V asked tho steward. That's not my business,' answered old Gregory. So old Gregory returned home; nto a hearty supper; drank a bottle of port; smoked two pipes of tobacco ; and fell into a profound slumber ; and awoke no more, and the farmers reside on their lands; and the mill stands upon the streum, and the villager rejoice thut death did the 'business' with old Giegory. A long standing Milk Score. It is sla ted in a Paris paper thai a man, forty lour years of age, is in prison there, detained lor milk which he drew from his foster mother's breast. When ho was weaned, in 1795, his father owed the nurso 300 francs, which sum was never paid; and when the son come ofnge ho took the debt upon himself, giving a note of hand for the amount, paya llo in two years with interest. At the limu the note became duo ho was unnblo to take it up, and it was renewed, with tho addition of stamps, interest, and charges. This pro cess ims been continued till the present time, when the accumulated debt amounts to 'iio less thun 5700f, besides 13.13 for costs. I have frequently seen men take their seals :in the Legislature, because they bopped suffrages and gave away whiskey, while those who disdained lo stoop to such mea sures, were left at homo. I have seen n brainless fop marry a fine girl, and break her heart beforo the first year, though her hand had been solicited in vah by the wise nnd honorable. t Jiave seen stupid creatures, who scarcely kiiuw tho top of a tobacco hill from the bot torn, plod on and get rich, while men of real intellect and industry, hayti lived in povtrty. A man named Israel Cash, a resident of Amherst, Ohio, was shot, on Wednesday evening lust, while sitting nt his firo side. I ho assassiu took deliberate aim through a window thf wound was expected to prove mortal. ' Hear Ye! Hear Ye! F OR why will you die, when yoU can pro cure The Indian rurganvc, ur., "- it Co. Agents for the above Medicine. Green River, Nov. 21, 1833. 12 W-DBNT1STRY. It. SPALDING continues to pcrlorm all i ,i,o i iNr op Dkntai. Sun- J r uutlttllvlia ill , .... .i ,,,i. ihpni in lie done in a ticat Ur.llK. HI1U IVUIIU.IW ... y - . and durable manner, upon the best scientific nncipies oi me an. v ,. i - -- C solicits a continuance of the same. tOr-Chames much loiccr than the ordinary eharees of IJentists. JCr (Jllicc lioom one uour suum m mv Store of Dutton, Clark f Co. Brattleboro, Nov. 20, lo-'a. - &l Birgc, Itrackctt Y Co's. rJHE North American Spelling Book, the JL best work of the kind now in use: Web ster's do. j Colburn's Fiist Lessons ; Peter Parley's Geography ; Adams New iuiinmc ticj Worcester's and Webster's Dictionary. suitable lor Schools; anu various outer ocuoui Books. ALSO, Slates, "Writing Books, Quills, Ink Stands, &C&C. Nov. 23. Jit, Mirgc, JBrach'clt A' Cos. rTtHE American Almanac. This work has JL now reached its 10th Number, and fully sustains its deservedly high reputation. It contains a vast amount of important stnlijticul i- . . . i i l ........ lilioriiiuiiun, cuuetii-u uuu iiiiiii.giu 'vim vmt and skill. Nov. 22. STATIONARY" F every description at Biaoc, Biiackett & Co's. Nov. 22. JV JB TV BOOKS 1? O II SCHOOLS. HUNTINGTON'S Geography and Atlas, Do. Introduction to do. with Atlas : Parley's Fables ; Village School Geography ; Uomstock s (Jommon bcliuol I'hilosoiihy ; Uo. Common Fchool Astronomy : Town's Spell ing Books; Farmers' School Book; Girls' Reading Book; Picrpoint's Series of Books; Emerson's, do. do.; Franklin's do. do.; Wor cester's do. uo. Almost every other Book in use in our Schools, Wholesale aud Retail ; Nov. 22. At tiih BnATTLEiioao Bookhtoiic. Mer moes At reduced Prices. A LARGE assortment of MERINOS, com prisimr a creat variety of Qualities aud colors, at E. W. PI ,'Y &. Co. Highland Shawls JUST received, a fresh lot of an Extra size and quality, by E. W. PUOUT Y Co's. Nov. 21. 12 Split Palm Leaf F OR BRAIDERS, at E. W. PROURY &. Co's. Pilot Cloths. A FEW pieces PILOT CLOTHS, blua and brown, just received, by DUTTON, CLARK & Co. Nov. 21, 1839. 12 Buck Wheat. J nfb BUSHELS Buck Wheat for sale, VU by D.,C.&Co. Nov. 21, 1838. 12 Buck Wheat Flour FOR sale, by DUTTON, CLARK & Co. Nov. 21, 1838. 12 Lamp Oil, &c. 500 galls, pure Winter Sperm Oil j 100 do Sum. Strained do; 100 do Linseed do; Sugar House and Trinidad Molasses; St. Croixj Porto Rico and Lf. Sugars ; Java Coflee; Lorrillard's Maccaboy SnufT, Ycl low do ; Fine cut chewing Tobacco, &e. by DUTTON, CLARK & Co. Lawson's Superior Composition Soap, FOR TAKING ' Soils from Cloth. WAiuiA.NTED coon For sale, by DUTTON, CLARK, & Co. STATE OF VERMONT. District of Jilnrlmm. it. TIE Uouurnbte Ihe l'rolmio Ciiurl lur llio District of Alnrllmru. To all perons cnnrci nrd in llie erlatc of i iiwmab 1.1 1M III., lute urUuilfuril, ilrceancd, in ll-fllllu. ' nitKRTIM. WllEUKAS. Elihu I'ioM. iitininUimmr ..r.i. flliu raid ilecviiteil, propote lo render nn account of ma Hiinnnitiiuiion, linn piercnt Ins ncrotml gvint miiil elule fur ulliiwance.iil dm I'rubale Court lo bo ImlnVn nt iIir Kf-sinter'. Ollice in Hrnltklioro in laid riiitricl, on MonJu) the 17ih day December nexli I "Crciorc, you are hereby nolilied lo appear before i aid conn, ul Ihe time and place afiireraid, to tlmw r..u-, ii miy jou nuvo, wliy the eaid Bccounl tbuiilii not im alloueu. fiiien miller mjr hand and the wal of!d court, nt llrHlllebroro, in laid dimricl. hi 21ti d.iv of Noteniber, A. 1). 1838. ' 21 "ANA HYDE, Judge. Pilot Cloths, LlOJf SKIN, &C. FOR sale" by the subscriber, Pilot Cloths and Lion bltm forGent. over coats ; Dioad clolhs ; cassimeres 5 Sheep's Grey Cloths, tec. Gro de Nap Meripot, j Eng. and French do ;, qainbletcens and Alepines for Ladies' C oaksuud Dresses 5 Eng. and French prints; t !S JJ'k u,nd col'd Silks; merino and Highland Shawls. Also Ihipcrinl Quills, a neip aiticle; rich Winter Flowers and Ribbons ; Florence and col'd r'Tw,?"!' '?elh,;r w'l'. a full assortment of DHl GOODS. n ,.i u n o A' E- DWINELL. Brattleboro, Oct. 31, 1838. - 9 New Books. BAVIES' Arithmetic, do First Lessons in Algpbra, do BoUrdon, do Legendre, do SurvcV ui' do. ArmWlin-l jl V, , . f 1 j ' " vn,uiii.y. UU Uf!m f ripiivu Geometry do Calculus, Jo Shades - u,M,luv,--ycusier's Jjibies, Dicks' Works coajulpte 111 One volume, &c. 'November ll V'' "vpkstoi,,:, drelh'H. Dr. Pliliiney's, Aim uyspepue. Thayer's, Dr. Lorraine's La Aledecme cura tive PILLS-Matchless Sanative and I Es; ..,..., nn.ifp. nt the Siore of J. U o i Vniu Edward Kirkland, CouiiHcllor & Attorneys luiiw BnATTSBBOItO, VT. Refer to ( Pliny Merrick, Esq. uwritiT Mn Emo.V Washburn. Kn. "", Mass. Hon. Ephniitn Stone, Templeton) Mass. Hall fc Townsjey, Hraltlebdro. CO Office over the Store of E. W. Prouty Sc. Co. :ttno8 R. BILLINGS, in wiiKi:r,int'8 iiuii.ding, oppositu CIIASFAS fiTAGK HOUSK. llKATTI.KHOItO, VT. 1ST A. House and Grist Mill for Sale. I Tip II E subscriber, wishing to JL change his location, oilers to sell his Grist Mill, House, Barn, Garden. &c. The above Real Estate is one of ihe most valuable stands in . Windham county, and is shunted in llic village of North Wardboro. The Mill contains two run of stone, a cobb cracker, smut mill aud bolt, is in complete repair, situated on n good and durable stream ol water, aud has n very exten sive run ofcuslDin. The building is 'M by 20, and is now occupied as a mechanic's shop, in which if a turning lathe, circular saw, plain ing machine. Ac. itc. The House is fl7 by 21, 2 siories high, is new and well linishi-d, wilh a wood-house and saddler's shop attach ed, a small barn, and an excellent garden, with some other land. The above estate cannoi fail to please any man ofhTisinrss, being situated in a wry pUa spot and growing village, Willi all I lie necessa ries of life at hand ; and is on a 'good road where the stage passes every day. The whole of the above property will he sold together with much other property if desired, or the Mill will be sold alone, ai will best suit the pur chaser. A liberal credit will be given for most of the purchase money, aud immediate posses sion given. I WALDO CONVERS. 1 North Wardsboro, Nov. I'J. 1833. Mwll Save your Wood. nnHE subscribers respectfully inform the in-. JL habitants ot Brattleboro and Us vicinity, ' that the utill continue lo keen on hand at the 1 Sttm. itintilinir nnn.niln llin UrTl-.K ,,. I larandexleKat'inVnlof ' 1 Box, Parlor, and Cook STOVES of almost every description, nnd are olTercd to the public on the most reasonable terms : CofaufiH' oj thejollovvig l'utlerns, uz : PARKER'S patent prophecy Premium : GRANGER'S celebrated Conicle ; STEWART'S patent ; CONAN'T'S celebrated improved Roiary- stove ; and a New Vermont Cook-store ; CONANT'S patent Improved ; W. A. ARNOLD'S improved Yankee, with an Elevated Oven ; W. V. MANY'S patent Union Premium Cook-stoves, which combines all the good qualities for Broiling, Baking, and Boiling. as any other Cook-stove now in use uuu sold at a much less price. They have on hand many other Patterns be ing' too numerous to mention, together with an assorlmcnt of Firc-Fi-nmcs, Cnldron Ket tles nnd UolIowYTnrc, and are daily manufacturing Stove Furniture of all kinds. Tin, Copper, ami Brass, ami STOVE PIPE, kept constantly on baud and sold at Wholesale and Retail. Having taken great pains to get the most cx nerieiiceilvorl(trinn.iliiv ivnntil uu ilm nil may favor them with a call shall have-their work made of the best mateiials and in a work manlike manner anii warranted lo give satis faction. To those wishing any of the above arlicleK, orany thing in our line of Business, will do well to call nnd ermine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere. J. IS. JOB I NO nt REPAIRING done at short notice and nil orders promptly alteudud to. DICKENSON & CHANDLER, Brailleboro, Nov. 1. 1838. 0 Pickled Fish. 20 ,Lc.S,rL.A'KE TfROUT, and U'iHTE FISH, just received for sale, by Nov. 7. HALL & TOWNSLEY. Notice. B liAKE 1 fill. Iml.wr l,n ... -I.-- , ...... vu-.kii.ucbii ji can on an persons havinf nnspii bill n,.,,..,'. ...i,i. ,i . ' y T . .!. " 7 "'"nmi lonuiuti the same ;and all indebted to inake payment by the first of January next. 1 ' Their stock of GOODS comprising a verv good assortment of " Piece floods, (Sroccricx, Iron, Salt, &e . &c. Is offered at reduced pric.es, as tl,u Stock must be sold to close Ihe concern. Brattleboro, Oct. 31, 1838. 9 ' CEO. If. Bli AKE & CO, , IMPOKTEKB OF liltY GOODS AND lAr,K8 IN AVOOLLKNS, A'o,S3 M(lk"treit,ntarlnoppoiUe Kilby.,lrt,t Geo. B. Blake, David Neyins. Jn. .15, 1838, lya W New, or Old. MESSRS. I will now Inform you that I continue at my Old Stand south of tin common, in Fayetteville. on Main street, where I will atull times be ready lo ejecute all kinds of work in the Art o( Cutting nnd Making GkNTI.EMUNS' WkAHINO At'PAREl., OP THE LATEST and MOST AP PROVED STYLE i or out of fashion, or of any shape you please to direct. , From much, experience in my profession to suit all those who may favor me with lliir calls, I do warrant all pnrmetiO made at my Shop to suit, provided man ran be nuitcd any where, a cr order or fashion; There lore, your work will be as Fashion dictates, unless you put on the veto. And then, if it 1 not according to Order, I will satisfy you in as much that I will pay you for your cloth npd give in the garment, vhocrrr will tell their lies, and make their brags. o as they see fit.) Here you have my mcihotl of doing the fiiir thine in black and white. As for Culling and Making, 1 turn my back lo no one, or two, or three. Therefore, Old Friends nnd Cuhtomi:ks, ( ever so many new ones) please just give me a call, aud you will fiml mv as 1 state. FASHIONS. The Latest and must approved FASHIONS nre, aud Will be received regularly, from all quarter. JE Aone ci rrceire then in more haste und in better tlylr than what I do. Specimens of which 1 will be pleased to ex hibit and explain to you at any time. Cutting done at all times for others to make, aud great caic taken in marking the same, that there mav be no mistake. TRIMBSINGS. Trimmings of all kinds on hand, and as iow as can be bought any where, and think a little cheaper. P. S. I do not want 5 nor G hands in addi tion lo what I now have, but nhould like 2 more. I am yours, &c. JACOB DUNKLEE, Jn. Fayeileville, Nov. I, 183S. tf9 """ STOVES. HALL & TOWNSLEY oiler for sale the ncif IVrmtN Kixixy C II O K I N G STOVE, superiorio nay in use in this vicinity combining all the ad vantages of the Conical, Premium and Stewart Patterns, and nt the same time placing the huge Boiler over the fire where it can . be heated with very little fuel. They nre put at less price than any other of equal advantages, and warranted to give satisfaction to ihe purchaser. All kinds of Pioducc received in payment. They also have fur sale at the lowest prices, The MWnn huprocrd) Rotary, Stewarts, Premium, and Conical COOKING STOVES: Together with Parlour Stoves of the most ap piored kinds and Box Stoves of all sizes at very reduced prices. Also- -Rusiia and English IRON STOVE PIPE.i Sjove ,Pots, Kel les, Spiders nnd Store Fur niture of all kinds. Old Stores taken in payment. vncd to call and examine their assortment be- Tore purchasing elsewhere. Nov. 15. . . 17... !- UUIIICL V UrillUirU, Chnirs, Fcnllici H & Painting. Ti t subscriber continues to carry on hi , CAB1SET, CDAIIt,and PAINTING business, in all their several branches, at his shop one door south of Dntton, Clark Co. Instruction given ns usual in all the branches of the A rl ol Painting Imitation Wood. All attended to promptly at low prices, as at any other place. FEATHERS constantly for sale of the first quality, and prices us low as tho lowest. Those wishing io pay Cash for any of the above articles will do well to cull. , , ANTHONY VAN DOORN. Brattleboro, July 27th,- IS38. tf47 Almanacs. ROBERT B. THOMAS, Wilds 'Abel's, Comic, Crockett and People's. Whole sale and Retail, ut the V BnA'rri.EBono BooK-S roiiE. New Books. HOARY-HEAD, by Abbott ; China, its slate and prospects : Letters lo Mother's by Mrs. Sigouruey ) Miller's lectures on the coming of Christ about the year 1813 ; Dew ey's Sermons ; Sutton's students Guide to the Study of Geography. 0 At tub BiiATrixcono BooK-Sronc. PAINTING. THE subscriber has removed to the build ing opposite G. Buchee's Hotel, where he will aitend to all kinds of ORNAMEN TAL and CHAIR PAINTING; Hood, Stone, and Marble Imitations. AlJiO SIGN PAINTING AND GLAZING. , HOU8K PAINTING & PAl'KKING, in this und other towns in the vicinity. . PAINTS mixed as usual and warranted to dry well ROILED OIL, i Japan, and Puttey, kept on band for Sale. A frnnil nctinrf t.;at ,,r I m - i-w ii.'uui t II I H CnDinct Piirnitiire Sc ClinirN, for K.nln nl lnt.f Cabinet I nrmtitre taken in exchange Painting Chairs. Old Furniture Repai and Varnished. 1 for paired TwtM t F. VAN DOORN, Brtitlleboro, March, 1838. t0 'S. IF. Sjwoner, HAS Just received a lot of FEATHERS, which ho will iscirvery cbean. Also FURNITURE, which ho will sell ai eof. as he is closing business at this place. Bratllcloro, Oct. 10, 18US, o Just arrived from Paris A Fresh supply of I.'JHrrteclno Coraiivo PIIjLS, or Vegetable Univcr nl medicine of Paris, MADE BY Uh. f.KllOY, AT IIIR ESTADMSIIMKHT. nnHE cind rfiecls and universal curative JL POWER of L'Medecine Curative, U now acknnwlet ged by the candid and intelligent part of the community of every dcictiplion. In truth, there has been, xiich a universal ap proval and such multitude oIVacts, speaking and proving tfU vast suiietioiity over cverv other medicine, it would be utterly impbsslblc to give publication tu tliemshutt ol'many hun ilrcd pages. Experience and public opinion la unerring it is truth ; and then can be? no ap pealit is jKiwcr that renisbi oil opiioailion. Experience anil public opinion say, that IME DECINE CUIJATIVE possess this vast power it is a oiakt, that without envy lookij down ujinn the moat celebrated McdiciiiPH, from its elevated heightli. Of this important fact, more than twejitt thousand people Irom various part of the United States of America an well ns Europe, can testify. Tri umphant has been L'.Mcdecino Curative, in every instance, when n thorough trial has been had. It has mirninuutcd obstncleA in disease, when other medicines sank jiowcrless; and line health and nt mug lb arc the happy results, where a short time previous diseuxe, yickeiiiiiR, debility and constant pain and suffering, made death apparent. The following e.Ntrncts arc from among the many grateful acknowledgments of those who have received the ni.r.ssiKa of health, by its use: Sir: The powerful yet gentle Medicine I had of you, hi working worulem in this vicinity. Applications for it arc increasing, am! have been made in vuiioua plactit in tliii county. Five young ladies and wveral gentlemen, have been entirely cuied from a consumption, and confirmed in health by the use ol' the medicine I told them there U no mistake. Physicians that had pronounced them incurable, are among the first to acknowledge their surpriu-, and have bought iil'lbc medicine. J. Wilbuii. Washington County, N. Y. Prum Dm id MrGiri!"M, CiiynfN. Voik.Ort 1.18CS. Sir: My wife has been considered of a con sumptive 'habit for two yearn; last winter hhe had a sudden and severe attack of pain in her side, nnd dintreKsnl for breath. I immediately called one of our be.it plivsicinns, who attended carelnlly ujkiii her. Tbc Doctor as well a mywlffinally diipniring of her recovery, con cluded that she could mil continue but a shoil limr. when prnvidentinlly I heard of the tron derful ettre of L'Mrdeciuc Curative. I was complclelv fuilltlcrs. but bv the stnint' ttolici- V.: i i "i. -i , r; according to directions, in such debilitated cas- iniuiii in iricmm nnir iimik ii nn inc iaai rexuri, CS, ll illtorileil relll'I lier appetite Was SOOll restored, anil she continueil gradually to gam strength until her health was finally and com pletely restored; she has not been" belter for many years. I). McGRr.iionv. Sir: I wih you to send me n $50,00 pack age of L'Medecine Curative Pills it is ahead of cverv thing here. It has been used with astonishing success here among children, ami the first families are buying it. Jon D. Clack, Arguilc, N. Y. Sir: My daughter was very much debilitat ed not able to do much wo'tk, but has been rrsiornl to fine health and sliength by the use of L'Medecine Curative l ills. G. Dtiow.v. A man in the village, of Brailleboro, who can 1 refercd to, has been entirely cured of a Cancer by the osn of I.'Mn'.cci'ne Curative PilU witli the Cancer Powder, that had eat away a large portion of the flesh of his leg near the ankle to tho bone, for two inches in cir cumference. The above article is for sale by G. Wr. EM ERSON, of Brattleboro, Vt. Principal agent for the United States of Jlmeriea, nnd none genuine unless it contains the within signature of G. W. Emerson, to each article. Par LE ROY, Proprietor De La Medicine Curative. For sale also by Wheeloek Keith, Jackson, N. Y.;. Messrs. Baker tf Merrifield,Fayettetillc, Vt,; S. T. II. Cheney, Jamaiea,Vt.; Mestrs. Lazelle 5- Jones, Dover, Vt.; Messrs. II. 5- IV. Goodnous, 1VhitinSham, Vt.; IVm IlaileA Hinsdale, N. II ; Harden Ford, Chesterfield, -V. Jf.; Ira P. Haywood, IVardsboro, Vt.; ' Jesse Cone, Marlboro, Vt.; S. F. Thompson, 'VimnAW. VI KV.'A.. rr-li.-.. opee Falls, Mas,.; IXcne:er Manlu. Dum- incrsion, t i.; n m. Hams, Windham, Vt.; J. G, Stone 5- Co. Green River, Vt. ; II. IVilcox, Willminaton. Vt.: J. IV. W.. Marlboro, Vt,; IVm. S. Warner, Jackson, N. Y.; Lyman Broughlan, Harford, N. Y.t John D, Clark, .Irguile, N. Y. NOTICE TO IllEISTS IN TER3IOIVT. TUT. flUMJIM'. Morl.onV Pill. or HjgnVr-c-I1" Unitrrnal Alrilirlnn.nl the Hrin!i Cnllegr nl liralili run Renin U- liuil in tlna Sinlc. Tim rulli-gi) tiinn iiininiril and n-nt nut .Mr (it-iii-j-e Tiijlor, (in jilare uf II. Sliqilirul Muni rrmuteil) mill uf film uml llin aRpnl, only run tlic Krniitnc iuiiH.i l,-,t uitnlii inn lis uliiuinrd In die Unilrd mti-. Tin miilii-ine i in 1 unit 3 il.ilbr I'nrKrl. willi No. 1 mid 2 I ill. in limu und in Jmixc. or 25 and 80 rmu eiirh, willi one kind in n Ihix, o ilint iiu. 1 nr 1 run Imuliliiiiicit -Kiriii-lv il'wiinli-d! In lle pring the Ituxmwill lime Iwdi Kinil. in tlirm; nlio, bnxc uf I'ouilcmSS rt. enrli. V" Ull(iK H" wi'h ' R'l lld "Ih( of im di. line," In ulli-nd tu I lie fillovrinj; diierlinna lien liurrlu.Ing in Vrnni.nl j t. if Ihrri- n lal.i-l on llin Ilox or IckH rciiling "Cci.TrfjIgi" ienrriil Ajji-nl tor tin- Unilrd SlnlM nr Amoririi, u'tiimvd liv "Jtii I Mon Mont k Co." Ilriii.li Collcgo of llwdili", "Jh,.. Sluri.oii ttm Ilnri-l," lluiiiiln,,, Plnro, King. ,,. I.oinloii, (Irn. Tii)loi, .Murium .Mi.nl & Co. tun Jn',. Moiimui the lljriiiur Hm .imili- orthi-ir rincliie iinnliiiri.i Alio be more purticular to tit ih n i-nrl. Jlox or racket i. ngiird in Mriiiug t.y l'linj-lHirn nnd ilriiKiiiiml .1 nU.iii;iiril l.y ihe Ai.li Avru,( ,hu,., ji.n urn iHirriiiiunc, nrrrnrt lo thrte rutts and you ' ' ii. ff' "" K . ,e ''"'""ad will Rut iiniuiici thiol ii ii.. ouSo..dir ,Mr.liri.. (,, K.uIdu.i) b0 oflrr- inMilobyMmiHrnihe UeUu ' ; ApplieolioiiH l.,r Kulj Ascnrlei. 1 ill U nr., in, iV m. tciiilrd lo, trrnn tilwrid. No Vi ukkUI or Pedlar will he niipnlnird ill ttiij rir icAutrrrr. KinV liiili ARrnl will lin n Ci-iiiliniU- o hi. iipHiiiiiiii-nl,'nii:ii-;.l l.y Ucu. Tujlur, U, rj. ,gi iu, nnii ,isr, j,, lvl"j,. ing hy t'linglmrn h llriiuiimul Slnte Agenl for Ver hiiilit nnd Ii nrilited'cnllfli-iito of nnnl pend In llin pt.ire ofliiirincM uml lijMhii rrniffi of any firrron, ihj-v will fhi.w jjio wrjllen uppoiiiiiunnl rieocd i ll. Wni-oiiM ientlmwIy leciiniiiiend lhi nn ilicin.. Iu hII who nerd imcliiiiiej ii phii be given .hMv Mini i.., BoodefTcc, ,o ,,ug l.ljd,r,V;Vl rn-Hy A. ir, his Solfcitor. peri.nr... 1 lie wli.i lmu il, do ImniiiibU ion- linue 11 uo uhrnevrr thpy uml uny medicine.' Th'u , ' irpiiliilinKnril U totll rlidi1l,hir Unit iui-.li. im Hum- STATU Of VEtlSIOKT, It nprearinc that ?( piifling ndyiiireM.ni ti runai., it. i been Windhiuh County, ss. C tho aid Joscnh'EI-il-jiirrd by cuuninfei,,,, ,i,e c.,ll.g .hn,n ,.u ...u mVr gnac Johhson and ZcbiiiaXwpfflVii ui. Agent,'!,, Whom they inte iiil-et confidehre. it i ! 'V.i.V ' t.l...... ,L'W " "Y" , f C c""" lliclrnml hi. i.i,di. in- ir.u-ntii.ii..dnh.it wo biiiio eii.u.ie hi I lm uirli n lo ytl li priiuinf ,Mvrjvn ,l,-0 I vrueiuuio uuir(fui jiiciicniu uaae m II. lllhli (Jollrge I.rllcnllli in Loi.il.in. Still AfiEXTil. St. a. Dui'kl.iiid, Uellow l''iillf,Vliiilliniu ro, J, tStccn, Utittilcburo, " i ...r.jr i oinni iiu in Ti:r....M nm ginvme ,niw ",',,."titi,it-V rRnonccei,sivejy, llie last 01 Wliicli rUon'. i'ill,..r llvgo.... V.Bci1.bl..Uni,erIMedlcino,shalU.e not'less than four Weeks from Tt in Iri Hindu nt ihri llrllUli Oullcflcn.f ll.i.lil. bv M.iri.ou ll.e' sioll of the CimrV X, 1,Za r itYft" ll,sei., will bogned liy i:.u.B..n, Mwm, -"fl ,?'." LVl.o At 1 rdWlVFl' S,mU nnduUl.yll.flrreaulurlyndv.rir.idsppulntrd A-iiUl" ' . "l n,tiCU X?ld lflendantS to'nopear in the evi'rnl C...mtle.' " " , and answer to snid bill. t". i i ,.r .1 .. . . i Surgeon "Dentist, c3Pffl!PTck AKES thlamcthoil of tendennK Ins grateful :knowlelBmcnts lo his riciiiln inn! nntrnnx in Brattleboro and vicinity. fur their iat fuvitrx, and hopes by a faithful at tention to his professional buslneii to merit a continuance of their patronage. He is now prrparrd lo set Mineral or iKConccrTiBi.c TEETH on Gold Plates fiom ONE to full Seta in the latent improved manner that is prac tised by the best Dentists in the country. Being now nble to manufacture hh Mineral teeth, he belicvcH he shall be able to civc t he fullest Balinfaciion to those wlux may chootai to emplov him, Setting treth fin Stump, filling, cleansing, and regulating teeth; in short, all op erations on tho teeth and gums will be attend ed to in the hi-al manner. Hi piic.es for hi services will be ns low as other DetitMis, and vary according to circum stances. He has taken ronnnt at Col. Cihrk's Stage house, where he will Im happy to wail tin any who may need bis profcittioiiafscrvicei. November 0, 1833. 10 CBJf.lWCJiilY. IN thin cause the bill of complaint, which is made returnable to tho Isaac Jnhii.'um, vs. Joseph Elmer nnd Zcbiua Ncwconth. f term to lie holdcn nt New- I'unc, in and fur the coun ty of Windham, on the third 'I'niv.'liiv- ni-nt nfll-r I be fiimlli 'l'iii-l.-iv of Janunrv next, charges in suiwtancc, That Joseph Elmer of Westminster, in the County of Worcester and Slate ol Ma-wachusctM, on the 23d day or Match, A.D. 183J, being Justly indebted unto Isaac JiiIiiikiiii of Mexico, in the County of Oswego and State ol New Vjiik, in the sum of two hundrcil dollars, an specified in a promissory note of that date, I'ayaiile within one year from the date therein with intcrrnt annually, in order lo secure the payment thereof according In the tenor of said note, by his deed of bargain and sale of that date, con veyed to the Orator, a certain tract of land nituate in Vermin in said County, bounded North by the Su-bliina' road m called, West hy the old town line, South by land of Benj. IVcier.and Eal by laud occupied by Ira Young love and Sumner Titu, containing about one hundrcil ncrea of land, subject to a condition, in aiiid deed contained, that if the iid Joseph, his heirs or asiigns, tdinuld pay the sums ipr cifled in aiil promiiMory note, according to the tenor thereof, then said deed to lie void, Dtbcuviic in force: and further selling fiirth that the aaid Joseph Elmer, on the 22d day of Sept. A. D. 1835, mortgaged ihe same premises to Zebiua Newcomb of Baniardston, in the County f Franklin and State of Massachusetts. l" fcuro the payment of the sum ol (5200,00, l"uioi iiiaiiroiiussory lime u iimniBie, pnj able the third day of January then next, aver ring that no part of said promissory note, so nimlc an aforexaid to the Orator, has'ever lieen paid, and praying that the said Joseph and ebina may he ordered io pay the said sunf so due to Ihe Orator as aforesaid, together with the interest thereon, by some short day, and in dcfuult thereof, that they and all icrsoiia claiming under them, may be fiircclo&cd and barred of nil equity of redemption in the pro mises. Signed. ISAAC JOHNSON. By A. Keyes, his Solicitor. State or Veiimost, It appearing that Windham Countv, ss. the said Joseph Elmer nnd Zebina Newcomb, reside without the reach of ordinary process, it is ordered thai they lie notified of the pendency of the plain tiff's bill, by publication in the 'Vermont Phm nix, newspnper printed at Brattleboro, Ihrco weeks successively, the last of which shall he not less than four weeks from the session of the Court above stated, which shall bo suffi cient notice to naid defendants, to apiicar and answer to said bill. Dated at Woodstock, this 12th day of No vember, A. D. 1838. 12 J. COLLAMER, Chancellor. Zadock Johnson, IN this cause the bill of complaint which U made returnable to the term to be holden at Newfane, fu and for the County of vs. Joseph Elmer, Isaac Johiis.m & Zebina Newcomb maiiam, on ttio ttnni I ucsday n"xt n.fter tlic fourth Tucsdav of January next ehnreiu in substance: lhat Joueph Llmer ol Vcstininslcr, in the County of W orcestcr and Slate of Massachu setts, on the Mthday ofScptemk-r, A. D. J 820, Mngjuslly indehteil unto Zadock Johnson, of Vernon in said County of "Windham, In the sum of two hundred dollars as specified in two promissory notes of that date, pnvable on de mand with interest annually, in order to secure the payment of said sum according to the tenor of said notes by his deed of bargain and sale of that date, conveyed to the Orator a certain tract of land situate in said Vernon, bounded North by the Stcbbins' road so called, West by the old town line, South bv land of Bcnia. Peeler, and East by lnud occupied by lr.i vounglnve and Sumner Titus, containing abouttonc bundled acies of land, subject to a condition in said deed contained, that if the said Joseph, bin heira and assigns, should par the sums apecified in said two promissory note's according to the lemr thereof, then the said deed to be void, otherwise to remain in force, setting rorlh that the Raid Joseph Elmer on the 23d day lf March, A. X). 1833, morluaged tho same premises to Isaac Johnson, of Mexico in the County of Oswego and State of New York, to secure to him tho payment of two hundred dollars nipl interest, specified in a promissory note of that dale, and fuither seitim forth ' !llat tl,L' snu' JfRM-T-h on the 2id dayof Sepicm- ,330i Uinrigageil tne RHtno premise Zebina Newcomb, ol Barnardsfon in the County of Franklin and Slate of Massachu- spccfiieti n a promissory note ot that date, avernncr that no nnrt Of the amount .lnr- fli Orator aforesaid has ever been pnid.'twd pray ing lhat the said Joseph, Isaac and Zebina, bo decreed to pay the Orator the aforesaid sums so due him as above said, together with tho interest thereon by smnefhort ,inV, nnd in de fnlilt thereof, ibaMhey and nil persons claim ing under them he foreclosed and barred of and from all rnuity or redemption in the premise". Si.tiii'iI V. nnnir inuvlcnM , , "", .1 .'"i"nry process,' It ,V),r,,er1.' ',,,il',,'e-v ,w notified of the pendenoy u the plaini ff'a hill by publication in the Vcr- moiit, I'hojpix, newspaper printed at, Brotthh Dated nt. Woodstock, il.ij ion, x,nf Nn. i vcmber, A..D. 1833. ' 1? J. COLLAMER, Chancellor.